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Via LearnVest By Gabrielle Karol “We need to talk.” Generally speaking, no good conversation starts with this statement … except when it comes to finances. For anyone in a relationship, money isn’t just something that you should talk about; it’s a topic that you need to cover together. In fact, of the many arguments that… Continue Reading
With the New Year upon us, we tend to start tackling our resolutions in many areas, whether financial, academic or health related. When it comes to managing money while in college, you’ll have a leg up if you consider these five money moves to make in the New Year. From credit cards to savings to… Continue Reading
Some of the best money tips often come from regular Joe’s just like you. As busy college students, you no doubt have discovered a few great ways to reduce your spending and save for those “must have” items along the way. So why not share them with other students?
Here are some great tips from a recent article by Eric Bell, founder and editor-in-chief of YoBucko! Identity theft and cyber crime are major concerns these days. Modern advances in technology and cyber security are doing a lot to limit the risks you’ll be a victim of identity theft or a hacker, but there are… Continue Reading
Be sure to check with your school for the date student refunds or disbursements will be sent out. Every school is different, so it’s important to know when to expect a refund. Additionally, we require two pieces of information from your school – a “refund file” and “refund wire” are both required in order for Higher One to disburse your refund.
Looks like you are almost there. But have you thought about how you’ll manage your money while in school? Here are some important tips every freshman should consider for making the transition to being in control of your finances stress-free…
If you recently graduated from college, remember you may be eligible to stay on your parent’s health insurance plan until you reach the age of 26.
It is really important to establish and maintain a strong credit history so that your credit score remains high. If you haven’t checked your credit report in the last 12 months, it’s easy to request a free copy from each of the three major credit reporting agencies in the U.S. Continue reading to learn how!
To commemorate National Financial Literacy Month, Higher One is once again sponsoring a new Financial Literacy Counts grant program for non-profit colleges and universities! The purpose of the grant is to help support financial literacy promotional programs and initiatives for undergraduate students.